LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) - LUFKIN, Texas (KTRE) - Lufkin Police have arrested a man and have a warrant out for a second man in connection to the robbery of a longtime Lufkin attorney.
Treacy Robbins, 38, of Lufkin, is charged with credit card abuse. Police have obtained a warrant for Jermaine Wyatt, 30, of Lufkin, on the same charge.
Lufkin attorney Edward McFarland, reported being robbed on Feb. 8. Later that night, police learned someone had used his credit card at a kiosk in Lufkin Mall. Police questioned someone at the kiosk about who used the card and later, Robbins called the business asking if they could return the merchandise, according to the report. When Robbins returned, police arrested him.
Police obtained a warrant for Wyatt's arrest on Feb. 10. Spokesman Det. J.B. Smith said an investigation into the robbery continues but Robbins and Wyatt are suspected of being involved.
Wyatt was arrested in August for allegedly selling crack cocaine to undercover officers. He has been out on bond since September.